The humble doorbell button works hard and, in our opinion, needs to look good. After all, first impressions are everything. We’ve rounded up our ten favorite classic doorbell buttons with rectangular or round plates.
N.B.: Doorbell buttons do not include chimes or electronic bell wiring, but are replacements for existing buttons, and are wire ready.
Rectangular Plate Doorbells
Above: The classic beveled-edge Putnam Doorbell Button is made of solid brass with a choice of six finishes including oil rubbed bronze (shown); $29 at Rejuvenation Hardware.
Above: Above: The Convex Doorbell Button, shown in white bronze light, ranges from $132 to $167 at Rocky Mountain Hardware.
Above: A Rectangular Bell Push in a satin nickel finish is £25 from Willow and Stone.
Above: A Rectangular Contemporary Door Bell is available in two finishes; for information and pricing see Sun Valley Bronze.
Above: From Byron Doorbells, a Surface Mounted Bell Push Button is available in two finishes, brass (shown) and unlacquered braas, for from $37.50 to $40 depending on finish at ATG Stores.
Round Plate Doorbells
Above: A Round Contemporary Door Bell is available in two finishes; for more information and pricing, see Sun Valley Bronze.
Above: Baldwin’s Round Bell Button is available in several finishes including oil-rubbed bronze (shown); $31.98 from Amazon.
Above: A Doorbell Plate Made of Iron is €25.50 from Manufactum.
Above: A Beaded Round Doorbell is available in four finishes including oil rubbed bronze (shown) and is $14.95 from Signature Hardware.
Above: Above: The Doyle Doorbell is from Katonah Hardware; contact for pricing and availability.
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